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That was the original plan actually but for some reason I thought that the buttom fitting was the inlet and the top was the outlet but I'm not sure if it even matters since I haven't seen an inlet/outlet sign on the GPU block unlike the CPU block (someone correct me if I'm wrong). Currently I'm running my 3770k stable at 4.8ghz and a vcore of 1.32v with a max temp of 71C on load. I can probably push a bit more out of it but I'll wait the 200 hours set-time for the Arctic silver...perhaps the temps drop by a few degrees.
http://imageshack.us/f/222/stresstest2.png/
Normally you can use whichever fittings you want for inlet/outlet on the gpu blocks. Top, bottom, doesn't matter.

Looking at your stress test, you do know several of the Prime 95 workers stopped on that run, eh? Not exactly stable. Look at the results.txt log in the Prime 95 directory.
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Snippy snippy

Darlene

I agree with her assessment. Even if you watercool, 4 7970's and a Intel GPU are going to put off insane amounts of heat. I don't know why you'd want Quadfire unless you're rendering/crunching/folding? Gaming? A 7870 can handle any game out right now, so 4 7970's would be able to handle anything for the next 6 years or so, lol.

I don't like recommending other chassis to people that aren't from my company, but, in all honesty, if you're that dedicated to doing 4 7970's, you really need to consider looking at some of the more high-end chassis out there, like CaseLabs or Little Devil. Both make phenomenal products and both have chassis that are more geared to handle those kind of temps. Yes, they're pricey, but you get what you pay for and in all honesty, I'd rather have you spend money on a chassis that can handle all of that hardware, than be pissed off at NZXT because the Switch can't handle that kind of load adequately.
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Normally you can use whichever fittings you want for inlet/outlet on the gpu blocks. Top, bottom, doesn't matter.
Looking at your stress test, you do know several of the Prime 95 workers stopped on that run, eh? Not exactly stable. Look at the results.txt log in the Prime 95 directory.

I didn't notice that. Thanks. Then again, I just noticed that I'm using a way outdated version of Prime95. I'll have to download the newest version when I get home today and try again.
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I agree with her assessment. Even if you watercool, 4 7970's and a Intel GPU are going to put off insane amounts of heat. I don't know why you'd want Quadfire unless you're rendering/crunching/folding? Gaming? A 7870 can handle any game out right now, so 4 7970's would be able to handle anything for the next 6 years or so, lol.
I don't like recommending other chassis to people that aren't from my company, but, in all honesty, if you're that dedicated to doing 4 7970's, you really need to consider looking at some of the more high-end chassis out there, like CaseLabs or Little Devil. Both make phenomenal products and both have chassis that are more geared to handle those kind of temps. Yes, they're pricey, but you get what you pay for and in all honesty, I'd rather have you spend money on a chassis that can handle all of that hardware, than be pissed off at NZXT because the Switch can't handle that kind of load adequately.

+ rep for being honest! I know of a couple other reps that would never do that. On the other hand why would NXZT make 9 PCIE slots if the case were not for quad fire or quad sli?

Has either of you ran quad fire in the switch? Are there reports of it not being possible or are these all just blind assumptions?
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Here's mine. I'll write the complete build log later on. I still have a few things in mind that I'd like to add to it.
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Too bad the LEDs on the Raystorm died after less than a day....and PCSPerformance are being dicks about replacing them. They want me to send the whole kit back...**** that. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement for these? XSPC reps aren't responding...

Nice rig brother. You gotta be careful with the leds on the Raystorm blocks. I had them same issue with my CPU block. It worked nice and bright for about 2 days then blew out. I when I pulled it to replace the led bulbs I checked the plug also turned out the pins were oriented wrong so it basically just shorted out. So I resoldered some new leds on it and switched the pins on the plug around. Low and behold it's been working fine ever since. thumb.gif
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+ rep for being honest! I know of a couple other reps that would never do that. On the other hand why would NXZT make 9 PCIE slots if the case were not for quad fire or quad sli?
Has either of you ran quad fire in the switch? Are there reports of it not being possible or are these all just blind assumptions?

Wireless card, Raid card, sound card, 1-2 graphic cards and one of those VGA fan things I guess lol
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Nice rig brother. You gotta be careful with the leds on the Raystorm blocks. I had them same issue with my CPU block. It worked nice and bright for about 2 days then blew out. I when I pulled it to replace the led bulbs I checked the plug also turned out the pins were oriented wrong so it basically just shorted out. So I resoldered some new leds on it and switched the pins on the plug around. Low and behold it's been working fine ever since. thumb.gif

Had a feeling something had to be wrong with the wiring as LEDs if done right rarely go bad. Surprised that they worked for 2 days before giving out, From my experience working with LEDs they wont turn on if not hooked correctly. Oh well ebay is just filled with people selling pre-wired LEDs for 12V applications if one does not want to solder them.
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Thanks for the link kj1060 thumb.gif. That's exactly what I was looking for. Too bad PerformancePCS are greedy bastards and won't send me a free replacement mad.gif. That's probably the last thing I'll buy from them. As far as the tube going to the gpu is concerned, it actually just looks kinked from that angle. I insured that it's not, however. Maybe this is a better picture
Their RMA process requires you to ship them back. If you want to get them replaced, you can. You need to pay the $0.39 to ship JUST the LED's in to them and they will take good care of you.
They cannot simply send out a free part every time someone claims something is broken. They have an RMA system that you agreed to when you bought the product to prevent any issues on either end. Making an issue of it on forums is not the way to respond.
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Their RMA process requires you to ship them back. If you want to get them replaced, you can. You need to pay the $0.39 to ship JUST the LED's in to them and they will take good care of you.
They cannot simply send out a free part every time someone claims something is broken. They have an RMA system that you agreed to when you bought the product to prevent any issues on either end. Making an issue of it on forums is not the way to respond.

From my understanding they wanted him to send the entire kit back: LED, mounting hardware, and the block.
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Too bad the LEDs on the Raystorm died after less than a day....and PCSPerformance are being dicks about replacing them. They want me to send the whole kit back...**** that. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement for these? XSPC reps aren't responding...

That seems very silly to me that they would need the entire kit, when all that went wrong is the LEDs, not to mention the huge hassle of having to remove all the water and then the block only to wait a week or two for some LEDs. The simplest solution would be to just buy some 3mm LEDs to replace them, but I can see where he is coming from. If everything doesn't work why should he have to spend more to make it work.

Edit: Moved the post around.
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